SomerTile products featured heavily in one of the six luxury homes presented at the Street of Dreams showcase. This year’s NW Natural Street of Dreams took place at Stafford Meadows in Wilsonville, Oregon. Six homes were featured to demonstrate the skill and designs achieved by the various individuals who worked on each project, such as the builders, craftsmen, and interior designers.
In “Bespoke” completed by Red Hills Construction, we are presented with a modern farmhouse that has an industrial flair. Red Hills Construction took direction from their clients who were looking for simplicity and comfort, and translated that into a design with inspiration from Tuscany combined with modern comforts.
A range of SomerTile products were utilised to produce this effect. Classico Bardiglio Hexagon Flower and Crag Hexagon Black Slate were used in bathrooms, adding a spacious feel with personality and intrigue. Chester Grey and Kings Star Nero were also used throughout bathroom spaces. These tiles were used to a similar effect with the neutral greys adding an industrial look, and the decor tiles adding a touch of the traditional.
In the kitchen Opera White was used as a seamless neutral splashback, and in the utility spaces Alhama Provenzal Grey and Artisan Azul Décor combine for a rustic farmhouse look, with a touch of colour and a faux aged quality. In the pantry and mudroom of the home Retro Naveta Blanc and Forever Grafic White add plentiful personality. With the worn appearance of the white floor tiles and the highly decorative and intricate designs of the pantry’s backsplash a delightfully homely feel is achieved.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, September 2019.